The leadership wheels keep turning around and around in the Lakeville North athletic department.
Former Panthers football coach Mike Zweber is looking to become the school's next activities director, pending approval by the school board. He would become the fourth person to hold that position in the past five years.
Zweber would replace Brett Carlson, who announced his resignation in February during his initial year in the position. Carlson previously served as the activities director in North Branch.
Russ Reetz left Lakeville North in 2014 after a two-year stint as its activities director. He is currently in the same role at Prior Lake.
Bob Ertl started the spiral effect when he resigned in 2013 for personal reasons.
The Shakopee baseball team is 2-4 this season, with four of those games being decided by one run.
The Sabers defeated Farmington 3-2 and Apple Valley 6-5, and fell to Lakeville North 5-4 and Lakeville South 7-6. They were shut out in their other two setbacks.
Junior pitcher Chris Isensee threw a complete-game three-hitter against Farmington. He retired 18 of the last 21 batters he faced.
• Senior righthander Kyle Ferderer threw a two-hit shutout, leading Burnsville to a 3-0 victory over Eagan in a South Suburban Conference game. The North Dakota State recruit didn't allow a run in his first 13 innings this season. He pitched his team to a 4-0 victory over Shakopee in the season opener for the Blaze.
• Senior attacker Jase Simon had five goals, including the game-winner, and three assists in Northfield's 12-10 victory over Owatonna in a Big 9 Conference boys' lacrosse matchup. He broke a 10-all tie with under two minutes left.